Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Slight Risk of Strong to Severe Storms Thursday

The SPC has issued a large area of the SE in a Slight risk of severe weather for Thursday. They have the 30% probabilities right on the Nashville line southward into AL and GA. While this event is still two days away, we are going to have to watch it closely as we are now beginning to enter our peak severe weather months where we are more primed to see severe weather. And Saturday's event shows us that we don't necessarily need all the ingredients to come together to at least see a small tornado spin-up. We will keep a close watch on this and give you any updates as they come along.

*The Nashville NWS office made a correction on the Murfressboro tornado. They rated it EF-0, but it actually was suppose to be rated EF-1. So they have made the correction and all three Middle TN tornadoes on Saturday were EF-1's.

*Our very own Matt Brawner went storm chasing Saturday in the Gallatin area where he caught some great images. I will post those images this afternoon once I get home from school.

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